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are smooth. >> you can touch the hollywood sign. >> oh, it's fabulous. >> there's sweeping views of beverly hills over there. you can even see the water. hollywood over there. >> you can see century city, the ocean. >> you've seen "rebel without a cause"? >> oh, yeah. >> there's a scene where he threw the knife over that hill, and they never found the knife. ♪ >> where would i be a little bitty thing? >> i think over on pluto. >> ladies and gentlemen, two pounds. >> two pounds. i'm just a little bitty thing. i love that. >> kathie, what are we doing? >> i have no idea. it's called schtick. >> what can you tell us about the telescope here? >> more people have looked through this telescope than any other telescope in the world. ♪ >> so many people come to hollywood to find the stars, but this is actually a place where you can see the stars. >> did you practice that? ♪ >> welcome to los feliz. >> this has only been open a couple of months, but it used to be willard's chicken inn. i'm taking you back. then it was the brown derby. >> that's what i remember. >> you've been to the brown derb
for the oscars it's the return of the hollywood black list. we'll take a closer look at the campaign against zero dark welcome to the journal editorial report. i'm paul gigot, with days to go. president obama turned up heat on republicans this week saying they would be to blame if across the board spending cuts take effect on march 1st, appearing on tuesday with firefighters, police officers, and other first responders, the president claimed the consequences of such cuts would be dire. >> people will lose their jobs. it will jeopardize our military readiness, eviscerate job creating investments, thousands of teachers and educators will be laid off. tens of thousands of parents will have to scramble to find child care for their kids. >> but in a wall street journal op-ed john boehner shot back saying the sequester was the white house's idea in the first place and a product of president obama's own failed leadership. joining the panel this week, wall street columnist and deputy editor dan henninger, jason, and kim strassel. kim, let's start with the merits first and the president's claims of catast
is still under fire. to stop and frisk be soon a thing of the past? and the return of the hollywood black list. campaign against zero dark 30. >> paul: welcome, i'm paul gigot. with days to go president obama turned up the heat on republicans this week saying they would be to blame if across the board spending cuts take affect march 1st. appearing on police officers and firefighters and other first responders, he claimed the consequences of such cuts would be dire. >> people will lose their jobs. it will jeopardize our military readiness. it will eviscerate investments and thousands will be laid off. tens of thousands of parents will have to scramble to find child care for their kids. >> paul: but in an op-ed john boehner shot back saying the sequester was the white house's idea in the first place and product of his president obama's failed leadership. joining us is dan henninger. jason riley and washington columnist kim strausel. let's start with the merits and the claims of catastrophe if those spending cuts kick in. the is that correct? >> we don't exactly know. what we do know is that
behold his mighty hand. hello? this is cecil b. de-mille in hollywood, california. the trouble with movies as a business is it's an art. and the trouble with movies as an art is it's a business. and it is. every one of us who makes films struggles with that. the system demands success. it rewards it, but punishes failure as well. annenberg media ♪ and: with additional funding from these foundations and individuals: and by: and the annual financial support of: hello, i'm john lithgow. welcome to "american cinema." during the golden age of hollywood, the film studios became incredibly powerful. they controlled production, distribution and exhibitio the mass pduction system that made ford motors a success worked for the lm studios as well. a very efficient assembly line was built that enabled a studio to release a film a week. adventures, comedies, romances, westerns, gangsters, musicals. ford was famous for one model; thstudios had many. but the genius of the system was although they were factories,s. individual artists were still able to pursue their vision and create some of
this saturday night. here's where else we're working on. why does hollywood keep hiring the same black actor again and again and again? he's here live. he says he gets hired because he's not a scary black man to white people. >>> an asteroid flyby. the closest in modern history and a once in a 100-year meteorite in russia, on the same day? fire up the conspiracy theories. >>> also -- i sit down with one of the hottest bands in the world, fun. >>> a government prepares for the apocalypse. >> canada will never become a safe haven for zombies ever. >>> and the dance that's everywhere, even here at cnn, the harlem shake. >>> just when you think we've got it all worked out, cutting-edge technology, scientific breakthroughs, miracle medicine, lately there's been talk about colonizing mars and many of you carry around a supercomputer right in your pocket. but just when you think you have it all worked out, the univers reminds us, we really don't. case in point, friday a chunk of space rock gets sucked in by the earth's gravitational pull. then streaks across the sky above russia. as it rockets thro
a couple of days from hollywood's biggest night. we will show you how the academy awards are coming together. >> the countdown is on to oscar sunday as preparations are underway for the 85th annual academy awards. >> we have everything from the sets to the stars fashion choices. >> the red carpet is out and the golden statues have arrived as hollywood gets ready for the 85th annual academy awards. >> this is a year which has been hard to predict. there are a lot of great movies. >> "lincoln" leads the pack with the most nominations including best picture and best leading actor, but it is "argo" that is gaining momentum. >> "argo" has a good chance of winning. >> f mcfarlane is promising a few surprises. >> adele will sing the opening monologue and i will sing skyfall. >> he has sick comedic timing. >> then of course there will be the fashion scene around the world from the red carpet. >> old hollywood, that silhouette, but making it modern. >> last minute touches are also going up at the biggest hollywood after party. chef wolfgang puck is creating 30 dishes. >> it is like opening f
members and film fans saw hollywood star matt damon in the country -- controversial entry "promised land" environmental thriller about the practice of fracking. >> he stars as a salesman persuading inhabitants of a small town to opt for natural gas. the gritty drama "para us hope" is about women and their search for love -- "paradise hope." for more, we are joined by our entertainment correspondent. we talked about china yesterday, but we were talking about matt damon today. it was a bit more hollywood flavor, was it not? >> most definitely. today, we got both sides of the berlinale. the hollywood side with gus van zant, big hollywood director, and that damon, with a very politically charged film about fracking. not my favorite, i must say. it was a bit too conventional, and i think they played it to say, and the other side, about as extreme our house as you can get with a very controversial director. at least today you had something for everyone. >> another one of those big movies with big hollywood names is "don john's addiction." what can you tell us about it? >> this is my favorite s
kathie lee gifford and hoda kotb from universal city walk at universal studios, hollywood. [ cheers ] >> i see you. ♪ ♪ >> glad you came. we are so glad you came. >> oh, my gosh. i don't even know what day it is anymore. i know it's thirsty thursday, but who cares? >> it is february the 21st, 2013. >> we don't want to go home. it's too gorgeous out here. universal city walk. >> we want to say -- can we give a big shout-out to the l.a. tourism board? they're amazing. these people have been incredible to us, and we just want to give them a big wet kiss. a slurpy one. they've been so lovely, haven't they? >> they've been the best. >> we make it look so easy. >> we know that. >> it's really not. >> a lot goes into this, and we're really grateful, too. >> here's a drink. this is called california dreaming. >> it's inspired by something, i'm sure. >> the sheraton universal. >> that's a lovely inspiration. >> what is that? >> you love that. that's sugar all the way around. >> we have a big day, you guys. we have jason kennedy from the e network with us, too. >> right around the corner,
premiere to her quick hair change after the oscars. >> we'll tell you why hollywood is obsessed with j. law. >>> country star mindy mccready's casket. her funeral today. >> i was shocked but not surprised. >> plus, we're with the new "dancing" stars as "e.t." introduces you to primetime's new "golden boy." >> he's a good guy at the end of the day, but he's a shark. >> announcer: now "entertainment tonight," the worldwide leader in entertainment news. >> the blond queen of the vanity fair oscar party is now a brunette. hi, everybody. welcome to "entertainment tonight." >> 40 million people saw jennifer lawrence trip on the way to pick up her oscar. now 48 hours later, she is headed back to shoot the "hunger games" sequel. only 22 years old. >> very impressive. like jennifer most of the stars in hollywood are back at work. but the story from oscar's biggest party will not stop. and we have them all in our vanity fair exclusive. >> hi, vanity fair. >> hi, "vanity fair". >> sandra. reese. halle. jen. it is the bash everybody is still talking about. the stars unguarded. >> hello, vanity fair. ho
hollywood. oscars sunday night with some politics and some serious issues hitting the red carpet. >> what's your name. >> django. >> and the hot brigade is losing it. bashing the president wasn't good enough for rushing the game. now they're bashing america. a fun friday show tonight, stay with us. [ male announcer ] in blind taste tests, even ragu users chose prego. prego?! but i've been buying ragu for years. [ thinking ] i wonder what other questionable choices i've made? [ club scene music ] [ sigh of relief ] [ male announcer ] choose taste. choose prego. starts with arthritis pain and a choice. take tylenol or take aleve, the #1 recommended pain reliever by orthopedic doctors. just two aleve can keep pain away all day. back to the news. ♪ ♪ [ male announcer ] what's the point of an epa estimated 42 miles per gallon if the miles aren't interesting? the lexus ct hybrid. this is the pursuit of perfection. we all work remotely so this is a big deal, our first full team gathering! i wanted to call on a few people. >>> great, everybody made it. we all work remotely so this is a big de
aspect of making and watching movies. until recently it was only hollywood who enjoyed the luxury of enjoying movies in their own private screening rooms. now thanks to the latest technology we can all enjoy a command performance at home or just about anywhere as tracy smith will be reporting in our sunday morning cover story. >> i can't go on with this scene. i'm too happy. >> reporter: to paraphrase a great hollywood star, movies are big. it's the screens that got small. >> all right mr. demille. i'm ready for my close-up. >> reporter: and netflix is sparing no expense to put a movie or tv show on everyone of them. >> about a third of the peak internet usage on a sunday night in america is netflix. >> reporter: how deep with your pockets? >> pretty big. reporter: ahead on sunday morning, what you want to watch when you want to watch it. >> osgood: we don't know the name of tonight's best actor or actress but we do know the name of oscar night's king of diamonds. thanks to serena altschul, now you'll know it too. ♪ diamonds ♪ >> reporter: eve seen diamonds on and off screen f
," a special "starting point" with soledad o'brien in hollywood starts right now. >> good morning. welcome, everybody. our starting point this morning. some surprises and some snubs at the oscars. he won best picture for "argo." we're hearing about director ben affleck being passed over in the best director category. >>> jennifer lawrence speaks about her stumble to the stage, and the southeast seth macfarlane moments that everybody is talking about. we come to you live this morning from the roosevelt hotel in los angeles. >>> good morning, welcome, everybody. our starting point this morning, the morning after hollywood's biggest night. the 85th oscar has lots of song and dance, a couple of upsets and a few surprise endings as well. also history being made. daniel day-lewis winning his third best actress award and revealing how he nearly lost the role of lincoln to another screen legend. i think he was joking, let's listen. >> before we decided to do a straight swab, i had actually been committed to play margaret thatcher. and -- and meryl was steven's first choice for lincoln. and i would
the allegations. >>> hollywood's most celebrated actors are getting ready for the red carpet at the oscars, the 85th annual academy awards gets under way about five hours from now. this year could be one for the record books. we'll explain why in just a few moments, live from hollywood. >>> and stay with us, for our red carpet special beginning at 6:00 eastern time. >>> the far-reaching winter storm now dumping heavy snow across the central plains, denver has been slammed with several inches and is expected to get even more. and in the northeast, a messy weekend as well. this is what manchester new hampshire looks like. before it's all over, the winter storm could leave as much as ten inches of snow in some parts of new england. >>> all right on to south africa now. the older brother of oscar pistorius has also been charged in a woman's death. carl pistorius is charged with culpable homicide after an accident involving a motorcycle in 2010. the charges were initially dropped, but he is now facing a trial at the end of march. prosecutors say carl pistorius had been driving recklessly at the time of
that again. >> reporter: how linda hunt became a giant ahead on sunday morning. >> osgood: happy hollywood endings tend to happen only in the movies. as more than one aspiring director has learned the hard way. bill geist has such a story. >> reporter: oscar excitement builds here for nominees like steven spielberg and ang lee but for director paul binell, not so much. anybody here like too see a movie tonight? >> please come and see my movie. reporter: later on sunday morning we'll meet the directly of the cito gastonly love. >> made dollars 117 at the box office. >> reporter: it wasn't nominated and doesn't even have tickets. >> osgood: rit a braver introduces us to father-and-son film legends. ben tracy will read from the show biz bible variety. mo rocca serves up movie popcorn and lots more but first the headlines for this sunday morning, the 24th of february 2013. the daytona 500 will go on as scheduled this afternoon after yesterday's last-lap crash that injured at least 33 fans. adrianna diaz has our report. >> announcer: and contact. reporter: the 12-car crash began on the last tur
us. it is monday february 25th. thank you for watching "fox & friends first". >> it is hollywood's big night hours of stars glitz and glam. we are talking about the academy awards. >> this year no exception at the end of the night argo reigned supreme taking home three oscars including best picture. argo seemed like an after thought when ben affleck was snub threed times as the movie won best picture without a director nod. before midnight argo had its revenge. >> and the oscar goes to, argo. (applause) >> congratulations. >> yes, that was michelle obama. in a surprise first lady gave the announcement argo won best picture. the humble ben affleck got his moment to shine. >> gentle grudges. it doesn't matter how you get knocked down in life because that's going to happen. all that matters is you got to get up. >> very true. steven spielberg won bers director and lee took home the gold for the daring movie life of sy. daniel day-lewis won best ak fo tore for his portrayal of the former president. he was the first ever to win three best actor oscars. >> jennifer lawrence for her rol
, which in hollywood, is a lot. first with conan o'brien who i don't know very well, but who started a charity, a food bank in massachusetts that feeds poor children, so, i'm going to help mr. o'brien out with that food bank, second, with actress salary fields who played mary lincoln in spielberg's movie. she didn't win the academy award, miss hathaway did, miss fields is one of the nicest, classiest people in hollywood. when we generally highs about hollywood pinheads we need to leave her out of that. it's about 50-50, it really is. many good celebrities, but they are overshadowed by the convenientle ones. and some of those on display last night at tty fair" party, but i'm not going to cheap shot them. you know, there's no reason for me to do that. if they do something bad in the future, i will refer back. but i'm just not going to-- not going to do that and even the venal ones weren't over the top. factor tip of the day. if you get invited outside your comfort zone, usually worth white to go. worst happens you learn quickly and factor tip of the day. and that's it for us tonight. p
in person right manti. >> what up, chris? >> that's chris brown in hollywood last night. finally an evening with chris brown without any drama or violence is what we would say if this didn't happen. >> oh chris, [beep]. is that [beep] bullet proof. >> i'm a [beep]. >> who is the guy trying to pick a fight? >> this guy is being super aggressive. >> he's up in his face. >> he's trying to get him to do something. >> i ain't never seen a [beep] that fast. >> we don't know why the guy was baiting chris. but chris wasn't backing down. >> i'm a crip. >> [beep], [beep]. don't act like that. >> the fact that chris tried to leave the scene, good for chris brown. >> but he still can't do that. just shut your mouth and go, especially when the guy is talking bullets. especially when you're up for a probation violation. especially when you've had issues with violence in the past. >> anyway, brown kept his cool and tried to drive away. maybe he's finally learning, growing, maturing. [beep] [beep]. >> or he's still an a hole. thanks unbridled rage. >> hi betty, how are you doing? >> we've got betsy russell
. they will get to see the stars in person. arch campbell and cynne simpson will join us live from hollywood. >> trouble at the dallas zoo. how many people were stuck on this monorail. >> this amazing story of endurance. why this man walked thousands of [ male announcer ] so there's lots of people out there who aren't happy with their internet. [ spokesman ] are you lindsay? yes. did you say, "my internet's so slow it's like a car with no gas"? yes. [ male announcer ] well you're about to get verizon fios quantum, america's fastest most reliable internet. so that's what you used to have... okay. and that's fios. this is crazy fast almost unbelievable. [ male announuncer ] that will put some gas in the old tank lindsay. supercharge your internet speeds. switch to fios and we'll triple y your speed for free with an upgrade to fios quantum. plus get $250 back with a 2 year agreement. call the verizon center living life at quantum speed for customers with disabilities that's powerful. at 800-974-6006 tty/v. [ woman ] my boyfriend and
are in los angeles for the big night in hollywood. -- and arch campbell are in los angeles for the big night in hollywood. are you enjoying the weather? >> it is not bad. >> glorious sunshine. 70 degrees, feels amazing, especially in the sunshine. >> you should explain your microphone flag. it is a star-studded microphone flag. >> bedazzled, which i thought was fitting. and the stars are out. we have rodriguez, manny from " moderate family." he will be talking about the fan experience. >> the head cheerleader tomorrow? >> i think so. >> it is wonderful. i always come here and enjoy it and remembering places. the thing that i love is it is a city of locations where a career in places often stand in four places of the past. one of those locations is down the street, hollywood boulevard. there is a grill inside. >> take a look. >> next time you watch a movie set in the restaurant in the 1940's or 1950's, will close because you may be seeing this grill. operating an old school style on hollywood boulevard since 1919. unlike most of los angeles, and here they have not changed a thing. mark runs t
>>> good morning, welcome, everybody. our starting point this morning, the morning after hollywood's biggest night. the 85th oscar has lots of song and dance, a couple of upsets and a few surprise endings as well. also history being made. daniel day-lewis winning his third best actress award and revealing how he nearly lost the role of lincoln to another screen legend. i think he was joking, let's listen. >> before we decided to do a straight swab, i had actually been committed to play margaret thatcher. and -- and meryl was steven's first choice for lincoln. and i would like to see that version. >> we would all like to see that. cnn's nischelle turner joins us now. she watched it all. >> and now for the moment we have all been waiting for -- >> first lady michelle obama gave the oscars a jolt of excitement and a huge surprise when she appeared from the white house to announce best picture. >> and the oscar goes to "argo." >> reporter: an especially sweet victory for ben affleck who wasn't even nominated for the hostage thriller. "life of pi" based on the best-selling novel about a
here, i know there's one thing i'm don't -- i don't like about hollywood awarder sermon yours. it's when i'm not nominated. last night the oscars took top achievement in chapping my hide. last night there were hit and misses on the red carpet. jennifer lawrence radiant, jessica chastain, rav vashing but anne hathaway -- no! no! girl, if i want to see an oscar nominee and a pair of rock hard nipples, i'd watch hugh jackman work out with scott pelley. [laughter] [cheers and applause] as for the awards themselves, i don't know what to say. they had the gal to give our mernl -- gall to give our army oscars to a limey, a germy and -- [laughter] when it was the best award, was it presented by a movie star? no, it was presented by michelle obama followed by a piefl wrinkled laundry. [cheers and applause] [laughter] oh, and did mrs. obama give it to the most american movie "zero dark thirty"? no. wouldn't want to hon yort movie that killed bin land. her husband has to get all the credit for that. [ laughter ] we all know hollywood doesn't reward torture films because if they did, the win
popular with the hollywood crowd for many years. >> when i first came to hollywood. you're right. it's been here forever. >> this is adorable. >> the wine first. >> oh, well, isn't that the usual? how are you doing? >> hello. oh. hello. what is your name? >> andre. >> of course it is. >> of course it is. ♪ ♪ mambo italiana >> oh, hoda woman. that's a hunk of meat. >> you're a vegetarian, correct? >> that looks delicious. >> what a beautiful spot. >> you are showing us -- >> you really are, curtis. i'm loving it. >> we want to show you los angeles. >> would you order for us? >> let me do it. >> yucatan fish taco. here we have our grilled chicken sandwich. >> pollo. chicken. >> enjoy. that's really delicious. >> what are we eating? that's my question. >> fish. and this is -- what is this? >> this is el pesto. it's like a chili sauce. >> i love that they're a family. don't you? >> the food is great. to be honest it's super fresh, too. really healthy. >> adios. >> adios. >> i love those guys. mariachi guys. >> thank you, everybody, for their hospitality. >> what are your guys really
else we're working on. why does hollywood keep hiring the same black actor again and again and again? he's here live. he says he gets hired because he's not a scary black man to white people. >>> an asteroid flyby. the closest in modern history and a once in a 100-year meteorite in russia, on the same day? fire up the conspiracy theoriet. >>> also -- i sit down with one of the hottest bands in the world, fun. >>> a government prepares for the apocalypse. ♪ >>> and the dance that's everywhere, even here at cnn, the harlem shake. >>> just when you think we've got it all worked out, cutting-edge technology, scientific breakthroughs, miracle medicine, lately there's been talk about colonizing mars and many of you carry around a supercomputer right in your pocket. but just when you think you have it all worked out, the universe reminds us, we really don't. case in point, friday a chunk of space rock gets sucked in by the earth's gravitational pull. then streaks across the sky above russia. as it rockets through the atmosphere, friction heats the front of the rock a lot more than the bac
. >> stars forever, hollywood forever or, d, never say good-bye, and go. what is it? >> forest lawn? >> no. no, no, no, no. >> would you like the book or a cd? >> these are huge. >> did she get it? hollywood forever? >> she got -- that's the loser prize? my book? oh, excuse me. no wonder hoda drinks to excess. >> the correct answer -- >> hollywood forever. >> i can't hear sara. >> she didn't get it right. >> nobody gets it right. >> now, griffin park -- >> home to an observatory. jason and i went there the other day. the gene autrie museum, pony rides, and so much more was named after whom? >> here are the answers, a, andy griffith, jay griffith, melanie griffith or d, merv of griffith. what is it? >> griffith jay griffith. >> you are correct. >> a free universal pass. congratulations. >> for all the people that are already in the park get free passes to the park. >> which dynamic duo does not have a star among the more than 2,400 stars on the hollywood walk of fame. here are your choices. brooks & dunn, ozzy and harriet, sonny and cher, or kathie lee and hoda? who's got it? >> kathie lee
, witty, silly -- and loaded. in 1934, the motion picture "it haened one night" broke hollywood records and won 5 academy awards. its appeal was in its modern version of romance, which played with certain acts. that same year, the motion picture production code was instituted which explicitly prohibited certain acts, themes words and implicatio. the code didn't mean you couldn't have romance. it meant there were limits. writers enjoyed testing the limits, changing a battle of the sexes into a playful intrigue that turned on double meanings and double dealings, launching a dede of fast-talking romantic comedies known as "screwball." some of the most elegant actors and actresses in hollywood did their best work making wisecracks and taking pratfalls proving the battle of the sexes is best as a battle of equals. from the screwball comedies of the 30s and 40s to their resurgence with contempary films like "when harry metally," we'll see there is a lot going on beneath thbreezy dialogue and ridiculous slapstick of "romantic comedy." (music playing) ♪ why do fools ♪ fall in love? ♪ (na
-- and loaded. in 1934, the motion picture "it happened one night" broke hollywood records and won 5 academy awards. its appeal was in its modern version of romae, which played with certain acts, themes, words and implications. that same year, the motion piure production code was instituted which explicitly prohibited certain acts, themes words and implications. the code dn't mean it meant there were limits. writers enjoyed testing the limits, changing a battle of the sexes into a playful intrigue that turned on double meanings and double dealings, launching a dede of fast-talking romantic comedies known as "screwball." some of the most elegant actors and actressein hollywood did their best work maki wisecracks and taking pratfalls proving the battle of the sexes is bt as a battle of equals. from the screwball comedies of the 30s and 40s to their resurgence with contemporary fis like "whenarry met sally," we'lsee there is a lot going on beneath the breezy dialogue and ridiculous slapstick of "romantic comedy." (music playing) ♪ why do fools ♪ fall in love? ♪ (narrator) boy meets girl.
: joining us now from our new york studio, sally quinn, this smacks, does it not, of hollywood left boosterism, correct? >> sounds right to me, bill. [ laughter ] >> bill: you are not going to argue with me. >> no. wait. what can you say. >> bill: i want to state my case for far left monitoring this segment. no nancy reagan. no barbara bush, no laura bush, but michelle obama, hey, how are you? it's propaganda play to make them glamorous? >> first of all i think they probably would have been before somebody thought of it, it's a brilliant idea. secondly, if you look at places all around the world, you will see that the most important ambassador we have is american films. people in caves all over the world, people in huts and jungles have american movies. >> they are enjoying pirates of the caribbean. >> wherever they are they are watching american films. even if they hate america they love our movies. this is the way to present that picture of america. we have a first lady who is black so people in other cultures and other countries can see. she is very good ambassador for this count
. $14.95 won't last. >>> okay. being black in hollywood is fantastic. for the one black guy in every single commercial. you know him, the quirky nonthreatening black guy. "saturday night live" hit a nerve with a skit based on a real actor. >> hey, seth, high five. >> how are you, corey? >> awesome, man, just awesome. my life is great. this year i was in 14 commercials and i was the one black guy in a college brochure. >> well, that's great. what have you been up to lately? >> oh, so much. just came back from venice beach where i was playing drums on the top of a pringles can with some friends just messing around. then i went to this awesome part where i was the deejay. i put a dr. pepper can on the middle of the turntable and i was just like wicky, wicky, wicky. >> oh, yes. i actually just left venice beach. >> that skit was inspired by that guy right there who is talking. actor james reed joining us from los angeles. his casting director joins us from phoenix. thank you all for joining us. this is going to be an interesting conversation. you describe yourself as the one acceptable b
the other movies with historical plots altered by hollywood coming up next. picture" nominees face controversy because of >>> the oscars are just a few days away but three best picture nominees face controversy because of historical inaccuracies. jan crawford shows us why hollywood finds its "truth" in drama. >> you cannot have both. >> reporter: it's the drama at the heart of the movie. president lincoln struggled to persuade, inspire and outright strong-arm enough members of congress to approve the 13th amendment to ban slavery. >> my son into the war whoa to you if you fail to pass the amendment. >> reporter: but lincoln had more votes than the filmmakers let on. in the movie two connecticut representatives voted nay on the amendment. in fact 148 years ago, the connecticut delegation voted for it. >> we are talking about slavery here. this is not a vote on, you know, approving a highway project. >> reporter: connecticut congressman joe courtney said the inaccuracy denigrated the state. >> somebody who respects artistic license, what i still
under way for hollywood's biggest and most glamorous night sunday's big academy awards. >> it's the show's 85th year and as cbs reporter bigad shaban shows us, at least one film critic thinks he knows who will take home oscar gold. >> reporter: it's showtime for crews outside hollywood's dolby theater. they are preparing for this year's academy awards and catherine key from naples, florida says she has been waiting to catch a glimpse her entire life. >> it's just amazing. until you're actually here, you don't really don't know what it's like. >> reporter: "los angeles times" writer glen whit has covered the oscars for 25 years. he says "argo" is this year's movie to beat. >> "argo" since the nominations were announced has won awards from the screen actors guild, producers guild, director's guild. it's been like an unstoppable force. >> reporter: daniel day-lewis the star of "lincoln" is favorite for best actor. >> if he wins it would be a record third oscar for lead actor. no actor has ever won three oscars for lead performance. >> report
on hollywood's biggest night. who the fan favorites are at tonight's oscars. >>> sticker shock at the gas pump, how much the cost of a gallon of gas has jumped, why and when we might see the prices to fall again academy awards in hollywood. if you're watching k-p-i-x 5 instead of the oscars, we thank you for choosing us. but in case you're wondering what went on -- on the red carpet, cbs reporter bigad shaban shows us. the red carpet is out and >>> tonight is the oscars. in case you are wondering what went on the red carpet, we have it. >> reporter: the red carpet is out and hollywood is ready for the biggest show. the oscars, fans are outside the theater trying to spot celebrities. >> it is like a once in a lifetime thing. >> now, now, now! >> reporter: "lincoln" leads with 11 nominations. but "argo" has been dominating. it could help the trauma win best picture. >> wait, he did not get nominated? "argo" it turned the focus towards "argo." >> the french film "amore" is celebrating. she turns 86 today and the oldest best actress nominee ever. wallace
and hoda kotb from universal city walk at universal studios, hollywood. >> oh, boy. >> huh? >> she's going to make a special stop on the tour right here on universal studio walk. >> uh-oh. stop over there. >> i went to the ladies room. >> of course you did. that's what you do. >> i like the change of scenery. i like it. >> hope you enjoy doing the show out front. >> hi, everybody. >> whoa. >> thank you. >> ladies, welcome to universal studios, hollywood, universal city walk. have a great show. >> oh, oh, oh, oh. >> can you feel the love? >> hoda, we can feel the love. we are so in love with southern california. >> sit down. take a load off. >> get comfy. get cozy. >> we have a little issue here at universal studios, hollywood on city walk. we want to thank the los angeles bureau -- >> l.a. tourism board. >> that's what i meant. >> we keep thanking them every day. if i had my way, we would keep thanking them for the next two months, you know what i'm saying? >> of course you would. since you came out today on this beautiful sun-splashed day in l.a., somebody in this audience is going to get
the fact that andrew cuomo would play indicate his leftess liberal hollywood donors at the expense of american lives is disconcerting. >> neil: maybe be acting as the governor wants the business. wants to allow guns, even the ones in questions to be taken off the streets, at least feature in the hollywood films. what do you make of that? >> what is disconcerting is that we're blaming hollywood for, number one, the killings going on and mental health issues and that's not the debate for today. we're mitching apples and oranges. the issue is there's a law and governors are legally allowed to put in exceptions to the law, which have to do with bringing hollywood business into the city. this is very common in the state where i came from in chicago. there was lots of exceptions for hollywood producers and makers to come into town and not have such a high tax burden because they bring in workers into the city. >> neil: let them do whatever the hell they want? >> no. that's not what they're doing. it's an exception to the -- >> neil: if they're featuring the very guns the governor wants n
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